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The gator bites were very good. Blackened chicken pasta was good, but needed more chicken. Burgers were food, but one was a over cooked. Hanna was very attentive and a good waitress. If not for the over cooked burger, I would have given a higher...More
Several people recommended Henry's to us and it didn't disappoint. The food, service, and atmosphere were great. My friend ordered a Lobster Crescent Roll and it was smothered with lots of fresh meat. I ordered the Monday special Chicken and Dumplings which was excellent with...More
First trip to Charleston was made better by our visit to Henry's. The waitress was very good, the wait was only 20 mins on a Saturday evening. The Crab Soup was the best ever, as was the special of the day Mahi Mahi over grits....More
After our carriage tour, we came to Henry’s for an amazing lunch! It’s a girls weekend and we are learning so much about Charleston - especially the food! At Henry’s we had the Crab Cake and Fried Green Tomatoes as starters. Entrees included Shrimp Tacos,...More
Had dinner here while visiting Charleston. They have a couple rooftop bars but we were disappointed they didn’t serve food up there and the bar service was nonexistent!! The restaurant was quaint and the service was good. Po’boys were good! You do have to pay...More
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So my experience with Henry’s was less than great. As a matter of fact it was all bad before we even got seated. Why you ask... well...
We arrived at Henry’s around noon on a busy Saturday...More
A lunch portion of Jambalaya was $20, even though it was tasty, just too expensive for the portion size. My catfish was lightly, breaded and fresh. Nice & tasty. We also had fried green tomatoes and they were good as well, I didn’t like the...More
Henry's had a great atmosphere - very welcoming and friendly. The food was delicious and drinks refreshing and strong. The she crab soup was delicious and the po boy was awesome - fresh shrimp on a great roll. There are all sorts of cool rooms...More
This is a classic Charleston restaurant in the heart of the city,!serving up excellent food and drink.
We started with mini- crab cakes and spinach artichoke dip. Both were fantastic; the crab cakes were all -meat and spiced just right, and the spinach artichoke dip...More